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NETW 240 Week 1 Lab Installing Fedora

iLab 1 of 7: Installing Fedora
Note!
Submit your assignment to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page.

(See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due dates.)
Remember This
Connect to the iLab here.
Accessing Your Lab
After logging in to Element-K, follow these steps to access your labs.
·         Click the Professional Development tab located on the top of the page.
·         Select “Development Paths.” NETW240 will be listed on this page.
·         Click on NETW240 to see the labs.
·         Your labs will be found under the appropriate week.
Starting Your Lab
There are two ways to start a lab activity.
·         Schedule it (recommended).
Because you will be accessing live equipment, the number of students who can simultaneously perform a lab is limited by the available resources. If you plan to perform your labs during busy times (i.e., weekends), it is recommended that you schedule the lab to make sure that lab resources will be available when you are ready.
·         Start it right away.
Note : If all lab resources are currently being used when you try to start your lab, you will be given an opportunity to schedule the lab at a later time.
iLAB OVERVIEW
Scenario and Summary
Welcome to your Week 1 iLab!
·         Installing Fedora Linux (40 points)
This week, you will install a version of Linux on a server and a workstation. You must complete both installations in order to receive full credit. Screenshots will need to be completed at selected steps as defined in the lab report template for Week 1.
Deliverables
You are required to submit a lab report to this week’s iLabDropbox.
iLAB STEPS
Step 1: Download the Lab Instructions and Lab Report Template
Download this week’s lab instructions. This document will provide details on how to complete your lab work. If possible, print this document so that you can refer to it without having to use desktop space on your computer.
Download this week’s lab report template. You will use this template to create your lab report as you execute your lab. In creating your report, you will capture screenshots at strategic points within your lab. The lab report template may contain boxes for answering lab questions, tables to complete, and boxes for Element-K screenshots. Here are some instructions on how to capture screenshots for your lab report.
1.      Complete the lab step that requires you to capture a screenshot.
2.      Click on the server’s desktop that contains the window you want to capture.
3.      Hold down the Alt key and press the PrintScrn key on your keyboard to copy it to your clipboard. On some laptops you may also have to hold down the Fn key.
4.      Click on your lab report document.
5.      Scroll to the point in the lab report where you want the screenshot to appear.
6.      Right-click and select Paste, or press Ctrl + V.
7.      Once your screenshot appears in your lab report, click on your lab and continue to the next step.
STEP 2: Complete the Lab Work
Refer to the printed (or open) lab instructions document to determine the tasks and steps that must be completed.
As you complete each lab step,
1.      answer any questions that are asked in any lab step in your lab report template document that is open in Microsoft Word on your computer;
2.      complete any tables that require lab data for any lab step into your lab report template document that is open in Microsoft Word on your computer; and
3.      copy any required screenshots for a lab step into your lab report template document that is open in Microsoft Word on your computer.
STEP 3: Submit Your Work
When you are satisfied with your lab report documentation, submit your completed lab report template to the Week 1 iLabDropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page.
Submit your iLab to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these step-by-step instructions or watch this Tutorial Dropbox Tutorial.
See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due date information.

NETW 240 Week 2 Lab Basic Linux Commands and Directories

iLab 2 of 7: Basic Linux Commands and Directories
Note!
Submit your assignment to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page.
(See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due dates.)
Remember This
Connect to the iLab here.
Accessing Your Lab
After logging into Element K, follow these steps to access your labs.
·         Click the Professional Development tab located on the top of the page.
·         Select “Development Paths.” NETW240 will be listed on this page.
·         Click on NETW240 to see the labs.
·         Your labs will be found under the appropriate week.
Starting Your Lab
There are two ways to start a lab activity.
·         Schedule it (recommended).
Because you will be accessing live equipment, the number of students who can simultaneously perform a lab is limited by the available resources. If you plan to perform your labs during busy times (i.e., weekends), it is recommended that you schedule the lab to make sure that lab resources will be available when you are ready.
·         Start it right away.
Note : If all lab resources are currently being used when you try to start your lab, you will be given an opportunity to schedule the lab at a later time.
iLAB OVERVIEW
Scenario and Summary
Welcome to your Week 2 iLab!
·         Basic Linux Commands and Directories (50 points)
This week, you will begin the exploration of the Linux file system. You will be using the command-line interpreter, which is also known as the command-line interface or CLI. Pay particular attention to the syntax, or rules, associated with the commands, because these same rules will apply in future labs. Screenshots will need to be taken at selected steps as defined in the lab report template for Week 2.
Deliverables
You are required to submit a lab report to this week’s iLabDropbox.
iLAB STEPS
Step 1: Download the Lab Instructions and Lab Report Template
Download this week’s lab instructions. This document will provide details on how to complete your lab work. If possible, print this document so you can refer to it without having to use desktop space on your computer.
Download this week’s lab report template. You will use this template to create your lab report as you execute your lab. In creating your report, you will capture screenshots at strategic points within your lab. The lab report template may contain boxes for answering lab questions, tables to complete, and boxes for Element K screenshots.
STEP 2: Complete the Lab Work
Refer to the printed (or open) lab instructions document to determine the tasks and steps that must be completed.
As you complete each lab step,
1.      answer any questions that are asked in any lab step in your lab report template document that is open in Microsoft Word on your computer;
2.      complete any tables that require lab data for any lab step in your lab report template document that is open in Microsoft Word on your computer; and
3.      copy any required screenshots for a lab step in your lab report template document that is open in Microsoft Word on your computer.
STEP 3: Submit Your Work
When you are satisfied with your iLab report documentation, submit your completed lab report template to the Week 2 iLabDropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page.
Submit your lab to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these step-by-step instructions or watch this Tutorial Dropbox Tutorial.
See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due date information.

NETW 240 Week 2 Quiz

1. (TCO 3) The Linux wildcard “P?G” will select which of the following files?
2. (TCO 3) The Linux command that is used to display the names of files contained in a directory (similar to the MSDOS DIRcommand) is _____.
3. (TCO 3) The switch used by the cpmv, and rm commands that will eliminate the prompt when a file is about to be overwritten or deleted is _____.
4. (TCO 3) The switch used by the cpmv, and rm commands that will allow the command to include sub-directories is _____.
5. (TCO 3) The Linux command that will display the current directory path is _____.
6. (TCO 3) The Linux key sequence that will return you to X-Windows from a command line session is _____.
7. (TCO 3) The _____ Linux command will erase the terminal screen and return the cursor to the top left-hand side of the screen.
8. (TCO 1) Linux can read and write to which of the following Microsoft Windows file systems?

NETW 240 Week 3 Lab Installing Fedora

iLab 3 of 7: Installing Fedora
Note!
Submit your assignment to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page.
(See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due dates.)
Remember This
Connect to the iLab here.
Accessing Your Lab
After logging in to Element K, follow these steps to access your labs.
·         Click the Professional Development tab located on the top of the page.
·         Select “Development Paths.” NETW240 will be listed on this page.
·         Click on NETW240 to see the labs.
·         Your labs will be found under the appropriate week.
Starting Your Lab
There are two ways to start a lab activity.
·         Schedule it (recommended).
Because you will be accessing live equipment, the number of students who can simultaneously perform a lab is limited by the available resources. If you plan to perform your labs during busy times (i.e., weekends), it is recommended that you schedule the lab to make sure that lab resources will be available when you are ready.
·         Start it right away.
Note : If all lab resources are currently being used when you try to start your lab, you will be given an opportunity to schedule the lab at a later time.
iLAB OVERVIEW
Scenario and Summary
Welcome to your Week 3 iLab!
·         User and Group Management (50 points)
Building upon the syntax, or rules, learned in last week’s lab assignment, we will begin creating user and group accounts. These accounts will be assigned rights and permissions to directories and files. You will be required to validate these privileges. Screenshots will need to be completed at selected steps as defined in the lab report template for Week 3.
Deliverables
You are required to submit a lab report to this week’s iLabDropbox.
iLAB STEPS
Step 1: Download the Lab Instructions and Lab Report Template
Download this week’s lab instructions. This document will provide details on how to complete your lab work. If possible, print this document so can you refer to it without having to use desktop space on your computer.
Download this week’s lab report template. You will use this template to create your lab report as you execute your lab. In creating your report, you will capture screenshots at strategic points within your lab. The lab report template may contain boxes for answering lab questions, tables to complete, and boxes for Element K screenshots.
STEP 2: Complete the Lab Work
Refer to the printed (or open) lab instructions document to determine the tasks and steps that must be completed.
As you complete each lab step,
1.      answer any questions that are asked in any lab step in your lab report template document that is open in Microsoft Word on your computer;
2.      complete any tables that require lab data for any lab step in your lab report template document that is open in Microsoft Word on your computer; and
3.      copy any required screenshots for a lab step in your lab report template document that is open in Microsoft Word on your computer.
STEP 3: Submit Your Work
When you are satisfied with your lab report documentation, submit your completed lab report template to the Week 3 iLabDropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page.
Submit your iLab to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these step-by-step instructions or watch this Tutorial Dropbox Tutorial.
See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due date information.

NETW 240 Week 4 Lab TCP IP LAN Networking

iLab 4 of 7: TCP/IP LAN Networking
Note!
Submit your assignment to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page.
(See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due dates.)
Remember This
Connect to the iLab here.
Accessing Your Lab
After logging into Element K, follow these steps to access your labs.
·         Click the Professional Development tab located on the top of the page.
·         Select “Development Paths.” NETW240 will be listed on this page.
·         Click on NETW240 to see the labs.
·         Your labs will be found under the appropriate week.
Starting Your Lab
There are two ways to start a lab activity.
·         Schedule it (recommended).
Because you will be accessing live equipment, the number of students who can simultaneously perform a lab is limited by the available resources. If you plan to perform your labs during busy times (i.e., weekends), it is recommended that you schedule the lab to make sure that lab resources will be available when you are ready.
·         Start it right away.
Note : If all lab resources are currently being used when you try to start your lab, you will be given an opportunity to schedule the lab at a later time.
iLAB OVERVIEW
Scenario and Summary
Welcome to your Week 4 iLab!
·         TCP/IP LAN Networking (50 points)
You will configure the second interface (eth) with static networking so that it can communicate with host12.
Deliverables
You are required to submit a lab report to this week’s iLabDropbox.
iLAB STEPS
Step 1: Download the Lab Instructions and Lab Report Template
Download this week’s lab instructions. This document will provide details on how to complete your lab work. If possible, print this document so that you can refer to it without having to use desktop space on your computer.
Download this week’s lab report template. You will use this template to create your lab report as you execute your lab. In creating your report, you will capture screenshots at strategic points within your lab. The lab report template may contain boxes for answering lab questions, tables to complete, and boxes for Element K screenshots.
STEP 2: Complete the Lab Work
Refer to the printed (or open) lab instructions document to determine the tasks and steps that must be completed.
As you complete each lab step,
1.      answer any questions that are asked in any lab step in your lab report template document that is open in Microsoft Word on your computer;
2.      complete any tables that require lab data for any lab step in your lab report template document that is open in Microsoft Word on your computer; and
3.      copy any required screenshots for a lab step in your lab report template document that is open in Microsoft Word on your computer.
STEP 3: Submit Your Work
When you are satisfied with your lab report documentation, submit your completed lab report template to the Week 4 iLabDropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page.
Submit your iLab to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these step-by-step instructions or watch this Tutorial Dropbox Tutorial.
See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due date information.

NETW 240 Week 4 Quiz

1. (TCO 4) When one directory contains another directory, that relationship is expressed by calling the first a _____ and the second a subdirectory
2. (TCO 4) This command line tool is used to determine if a particular network device is reachable
3. (TCO 4) Which of the following actions should be performed first?
4. (TCO 4) The _____ option for the useradd command specifies the number of days after the password expires until the account is disabled
5. (TCO 5) When using useradd, if you create an account called amoffett, the home directory will be _____.
6. (TCO 5) Which service allows an administrator to dynamically assign IP addresses to host computers on a network?

NETW 240 Week 5 Lab Secure FTP and Secure Shell (SSH)

iLab 5 of 7: Secure FTP and Secure Shell (SSH)
Note!
Submit your assignment to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page.
(See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due dates.)
Remember This
Connect to the iLab here.
Accessing Your Lab
After logging in to Element K, follow these steps to access your labs.
·         Click the Professional Development tab located on the top of the page.
·         Select “Development Paths.” NETW240 will be listed on this page.
·         Click on NETW240 to see the labs.
·         Your labs will be found under the appropriate week.
Starting Your Lab
There are two ways to start a lab activity.
·         Schedule it (recommended).
Because you will be accessing live equipment, the number of students who can simultaneously perform a lab is limited by the available resources. If you plan to perform your labs during busy times (i.e., weekends), it is recommended that you schedule the lab to make sure that lab resources will be available when you are ready.
·         Start it right away.
Note : If all lab resources are currently being used when you try to start your lab, you will be given an opportunity to schedule the lab at a later time.
iLAB OVERVIEW
Scenario and Summary
Welcome to your Week 5 iLab!
·         Secure FTP and Secure Shell (SSH) (50 points)
On host11, you will configure a secure ftp server and set its security policies, start the SSH daemon, and use the SSH and SCP client tools. Near the end, you will log in to host12 and ftp into your host11 ftp server.
Deliverables
You are required to submit a lab report to this week’s iLabDropbox.
iLAB STEPS
Step 1: Download the Lab Instructions and Lab Report Template
Download this week’s lab instructions. This document will provide details on how to complete your lab work. If possible, print this document so that you can refer to it without having to use desktop space on your computer.
Download this week’s lab report template. You will use this template to create your lab report as you execute your lab. In creating your report, you will capture screenshots at strategic points within your lab. The lab report template may contain boxes for answering lab questions, tables to complete, and boxes for Element K screenshots.
Here are some instructions on how to capture screenshots for your lab report.
1.      Complete the lab step that requires you to capture a screenshot.
2.      Click on the server’s desktop that contains the window you want to capture.
3.      Hold down the Alt key and press the PrintScrn key on your keyboard to copy it to your clipboard. On some laptops you may also have to hold down the Fn key.
4.      Click on your lab report document.
5.      Scroll to the point in the lab report where you want the screenshot to appear.
6.      Right-click and select Paste, or press Ctrl + V.
7.      Once your screenshot appears in your lab report, click on your lab and continue to the next step.
STEP 2: Complete the Lab Work
Refer to the printed (or open) lab instructions document to determine the tasks and steps that must be completed.
As you complete each lab step,
1.      answer any questions that are asked in any lab step in your lab report template document that is open in Microsoft Word on your computer;
2.      complete any tables that require lab data for any lab step into your lab report template document that is open in Microsoft Word on your computer; and
3.      copy any required screenshots for a lab step into your lab report template document that is open in Microsoft Word on your computer.
STEP 3: Submit Your Work
When you are satisfied with your lab report documentation, submit your completed lab report template to the Week 5 iLabDropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page.
Submit your iLab to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these step-by-step instructions or watch this Tutorial Dropbox Tutorial.
See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due date information.

NETW 240 Week 6 Course Project

Course Project: Operating System Proposal
Objectives
Your company is currently investigating the use of Linux. Your manager has asked you to research the feasibility of using Linux in both the server and workstation environments. Your manager would like to see an 8- to 10-page paper that
1.      compares and contrasts Linux server and Linux workstation products between three separate and distinct Linux vendors; and
2.      addresses the specific issues of total cost of ownership, training, support, performance, reliability, and application availability.
Guidelines
The following is a list of guidelines for your Course Project, due in Week 6.
·         The Course Project is worth 150 points and is comprised of the following deliverables:
o    Week 3: Outline (35 points)
o    Week 6: Paper (115 points)
·         The paper shall only address business requirements and concerns, not personal or home use of Linux.
·         The paper shall address three different Linux vendors, along with each vendor’s specific server and workstation product.
·         Each comparison and/or contrast item should include each of the three specific vendors—for both server and workstation products.
·         The primary emphasis on grading will address comparison and contrast items; however, you must still provide references and cite your work throughout the paper.
·         All DeVry University policies are in effect, including the plagiarism policy.
·         Use each week’s lecture, reading assignments, labs, and discussions as guidance and supporting information for your paper.
·         APA formatting is required for your paper.
·         The paper shall be your individual and original work. This is not a team project.
·         The paper is intended to be a professional document.
·         Questions concerning the paper may be discussed in the weekly Q & A Discussion topic.
Milestones
Week 1
Although you do not have a deliverable due this week, it is advised that you acquaint yourself with the Course Project. Post any questions to the weekly Q & A Discussion topic.
Week 3
Your outline is due and is worth 35 points. Submit it to the Week 3 Course Project Dropbox. Please read the Week 3 Outline Rubric below to understand how your Outline will be graded.
Post any questions in the weekly Q & A Discussion topic.
Weeks 4–5
There are no deliverables due these weeks, but you should continue working on your paper. Post questions in the weekly Q & A Discussion topics.
Week 6
Your final paper is due and is worth 115 points. Submit it to the Week 6 Course Project Dropbox. Please read the Week 6 Paper Rubric below to understand how your paper will be graded.
Grading Rubrics
Week 3 Outline
Category
Points
Description
Documentation, Editing, and Formatting
10
A quality outline will be free of any spelling, punctuation, or grammatical errors.
A quality outline will include a title page, appropriate sections based on a table of contents (TOC), proper citations, and a bibliography.
It will conform to APA guidelines, including citations and references.
Organization and Cohesiveness
10
A quality outline will include an introduction based on a well formed thesis statement.
The introduction will establish students’ understanding of project requirements and their goal for completing the project.
Sentences and paragraphs will be clear, concise, and factually correct.
Content
15
A quality outline will address requirements to compare and contrast both the server and workstation products from three different Linux vendors.
A quality outline will identify the three specific vendors, along with their server and workstation products, that will be compared in the paper.
The outline will demonstrate that sufficient research and due diligence have been performed to date in completion of the final project.
Total
35
A quality paper will meet or exceed all of the above requirements.
Week 6 Paper
Category
Points
Description
Documentation, Editing, and Formatting
20
A quality paper will be free of any spelling, punctuation, or grammatical errors.
A quality paper will include a title page, appropriate sections based on a table of contents (TOC), an abstract or executive summary, proper citations, and a bibliography.
It will conform to APA guidelines; including citations and references.
Organization and Cohesiveness
20
A quality paper will include an introduction based on a well formed thesis statement. The logical order of the paper’s content will be derived from the thesis statement.
Sentences and paragraphs will be clear, concise, and factually correct. The content will be properly subdivided into sections derived from the outline/TOC.
In a quality paper, the conclusion will summarize the previously presented content, and will complement the thesis statement from the introduction.
Content
75
A quality paper will address requirements to compare and contrast both the server and workstation products from three different Linux vendors.
A quality paper will have significant scope and depth of research to support statements.
A quality paper will employ sound use of reasoning and logic to reinforce conclusions. Relevant illustration or examples are encouraged.
Total
115
A quality paper will meet or exceed all of the above requirements.
Best Practices
·         Start your research as early as possible, preferably in Week 1.
·         Use academic and professional journals, magazines, nonbiased websites, etc., as the foundation for your references. Extensive use of vendors’ literature for evaluating its products will usually result in a biased perspective.
·         Create a functional outline before you begin to write your paper. Use it as your guide while writing to maintain proper organization and cohesion. And yes, it is okay to refine your outline as your write your paper.
·         Again, the focus is on the business environment, not personal or home use.

NETW 240 Week 6 Lab DHCP Client Server Configuration

NETW 240 Week 7 Lab Wireshark Protocol Analyzer


iLab 7 of 7: Wireshark Protocol Analyzer
Note!
Submit your assignment to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page.
(See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due dates.)
Remember This
Connect to the iLab here.
Accessing Your Lab
After logging in to Element K, follow these steps to access your labs.
·         Click the Professional Development tab located on the top of the page.
·         Select “Development Paths.” NETW240 will be listed on this page.
·         Click on NETW240 to see the labs.
·         Your labs will be found under the appropriate week.
Starting Your Lab
There are two ways to start a lab activity.
·         Schedule it (recommended).
Because you will be accessing live equipment, the number of students who can simultaneously perform a lab is limited by the available resources. If you plan to perform your labs during busy times (i.e., weekends), it is recommended that you schedule the lab to make sure that lab resources will be available when you are ready.
·         Start it right away.
Note : If all lab resources are currently being used when you try to start your lab, you will be given an opportunity to schedule the lab at a later time.
iLAB OVERVIEW
Scenario and Summary
Welcome to your Week 7 iLab!
·         Wireshark Protocol Analyzer (50 points)
This week, you will install and configure Wireshark on the Vlab Linux PC. You will capture ARP, DHCP, and HTTP packets and analyze them.
Deliverables
You are required to submit a lab report to this week’s iLabDropbox.
iLAB STEPS
Step 1: Download the Lab Instructions and Lab Report Template
Download this week’s lab instructions. This document will provide details on how to complete your lab work. If possible, print this document so you can refer to it without having to use desktop space on your computer.
Download this week’s lab report template. You will use this template to create your lab report as you execute your lab. In creating your report, you will capture screenshots at strategic points within your lab. The lab report template may contain boxes for answering lab questions, tables to complete, and boxes for Element K screenshots.
STEP 2: Complete the Lab Work
Refer to the printed (or open) lab instructions document to determine the tasks and steps that must be completed.
As you complete each lab step,
1.      answer any questions that are asked in any lab step in your lab report template document that is open in Microsoft Word on your computer;
2.      complete any tables that require lab data for any lab step into your lab report template document that is open in Microsoft Word on your computer; and
3.      copy any required screenshots for a lab step into your lab report template document that is open in Microsoft Word on your computer.
STEP 3: Submit Your Work
When you are satisfied with your lab report documentation, submit your completed lab report template to the Week 7 iLabDropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page.
Submit your iLab to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these step-by-step instructions or watch this Tutorial Dropbox Tutorial.
See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due date information

NETW 240 All Ilabs 1-7

NETW 240 Week 1 Lab Installing Fedora
NETW 240 Week 2 Lab Basic Linux Commands and Directories
NETW 240 Week 3 Lab Installing Fedora
NETW 240 Week 4 Lab TCP IP LAN Networking
NETW 240 Week 5 Lab Secure FTP and Secure Shell (SSH)
NETW 240 Week 6 Lab DHCP Client Server Configuration
NETW 240 Week 7 Lab Wireshark Protocol Analyzer

NETW 240 All 7 Weeks Discussions

Week 1 DQ 1 - Linux in a Workplace Environment
Week 1 DQ 2 - The General Public License (GPL)
Week 2 DQ 1 - The Linux Filesystem and Directory Structure
Week 2 DQ 2 - The Linux Command Line Interface and Shells
Week 3 DQ 1 - User and Group Management
Week 3 DQ 2 - Shell Scripting
Week 4 DQ 1 - Local Area Network (LAN) Design
Week 4 DQ 2 - Local Area Network (LAN) Security
Week 5 DQ 1 - Network Servers and Services
Week 5 DQ 2 - File Transfer and Remote Access Services
Week 6 DQ 1 - DHCP Server Installation and Configuration on a Linux Server
Week 6 DQ 2 - Linux and Windows Interoperability using Samba
Week 7 DQ 1 - The Linux GUI Desktop Environments
Week 7 DQ 2 - Wireshark Protocol Analyzer

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